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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
Entered (or Record, June 23, 1911.
l'uchuchii Asieil Co l.til to Union
Mill Co I
Warren (.'linmlicrlalii by Attv to W
K Wall llol
Mary M Miller lo Mai la C Iluls.....I
Augusta 0 I. :m k I ii i; mul hsu to J 11
Francisco Do Co'tn and wf to Joao
Cliarlottu K Cavaco and hsu In Jns
N K Kcoln I)
Hawaii Laud Co Mil adv I. 1. Me-
Q,wock D.il ami IibIi to J J llrniu-
moiids A M
u Entered (or Record, June 2f, 1911.
Wallnu Illce Mill Co & lu lic-
. tory Co I'll
Cliong Slug Wal Co to Wnlalua lllco
Mill Co & I'ol Factory IIS
Wallna Illce Mill Co Sr Pol Fac
tory to lins Koon Clun CM
I) Matmibara to M Klyuhnrn CM
Willie Roliack and wf to J M Ke-
KYosnko Fui nya to C Ininl lis
K Kaalkuolia and lub to Kumitt. .. .1.
Sirs. Kaallaau I'nlcloa to Tain Fat
i:ivlra M U Smlt hand hsli to Tho
mas Forbes 1)
KranclBcci I)e Costa and wf to An
tonio He Costa I)
Chas K Kiinnno and wf to Kukalau
l'l.mtn Co Mil D
Tirnt Treat Co Mil to Kalinilkl Land
Co Ltd I)
(leoriio C Lcacli to l'cter Krbcn... .H
Peter Krbcn to Trent Trust Co l.tiL.M
Recorded May 29, 1911.
Oiihu Colli Ke by tm to Irving J llurd,
1); lot S, blk 19, CnlleKO Hills. Hono
lulu, Oiilm: J1120. II .118, li 7. A.r
Irvlinr J llurd to Trs of Onlm Col
let;", M: '"' s- h,k 1!l CiiIIorii Hills.
Hiiiiolulu, CMliu; "lfi. II 311, p 203.
Apr S, 1911.
UcurRis. F Honslinll mul wf to Ar
tbur Hcvnolils, H: lots S3 and 31, lilk
II, Haseliull Tract, Honolulu, Oalmi i
J1000 II 318. li 70. May 27, 1911. I
Cordelia C Alb n by ntty to Charles
Pldllis, Itcl: 11,320 mi ft of lot 49C. lt
I' 3910. Prniect fit, Iliitiolulii, 0.ihu;
91000. II 311, i 2ur. Mny 27, 1911. I
Charles Phillip and wf to Sherwood
M I.owrey. I); ll.SSu wi ft of cr 3910,
l'mtpect St. lloiioliiln. Oaliu; 1SOO. II
3tS. i 72. Mny 21, 111. I
Trent Trust Co Mil to CleoriM F
Iteimhall, Ilels intKi- and nddl ehito on
lots 33 mul 31, l.lk 11. Milns. etc, lijso- (
bull Trnct, Honolulu, Onlm: $C00 and
1200. II 314, li 29S. May 29. 1911. I
A II Domic ro et nl to Trent Trust
Co Ltd. Di lilt III lots 1. 2, fi, 7, 12 to
21 (Incl), 23 to 29 duel), 31, 32. 33 Mill
3S, unrint and -ontrncts..of s.ilo of
same. New Judd Tract, Honolulu,!
Onlm; 11701.93 nnd intRo (J3C0O). II
34S, i 7C. May 27, 1911. j
K Yoshlila to Olan Krnnir Co Mil,;
O M; cano crop on por prs 1003 and
IMG, Mnlamn, l'nti.i, Hawaii; 11 nnd
ndv to 1S25. II 314, p 2SC. May 20,
Lee Knl to Olan BiiKiir Co Ltd, C M:
enno crop on 10a of 11 I' 8093, np 2.
I'alioa, l'una, Hawaii; 11 nnd adv to
1CO0. II 344, p 288. May 22, 1911.
Dnmnso l'rlo et al to liluu Hwr.ir Cn
Ltd, C M; cane crop on 2 9-10a of nub
dlv lot 14 of Filipino Lots, Ohm, Puna,
Haull; 11 nnd ndv to 1174. II 344, p
290. June. 1, 1909.
William Xnliinu to Manuel S Lc
fbundre, 1); 1-2 Int In i 80-lOOa of 11
1 (Br) 902, Wallua, etc, Illlo, Hawaii;
1900. II .142, p 467. May 24, 1911.
Hinmu I. McWnyno nnd hub (W D)
' et ml to F A Sclniefcr, D; Int In lot
2, L P 3732, nnd lot 3, L. P 39SC, lilds,
etc, Knnuhuhu Ilmnesteadi, Hnmuktin,
Haw-all; Int In sr 933 nnd It I" 73C5,
knl 4111, hide, etc, Knnuhuhu, etc,
Iliiimikuu, Hawaii; 120SO. II 348, p 33.
Mny 24, 1911.
Hmm:i I. McWnyno nnd liib (W I))
et al to F A .Sclmefer, I); Int In kul
1007111, bldKs, etc, Kupoaulu, Hamaku.i,
Hawaii; 1420. II 348, p G5. May 24,
Martlm N Spencer, tr, et al to
minces .8 U S Knnua, D; npi 1, 2 and
3, It I' 7307: ll P 73C9; It P (Br) 931,
rents, etc, Walknekoe, etc, Hninakun,
lluunll; 130. II 348, p 07. Mny 24,
i;t of J I.ua by nilmr to S F Hart,
I); 0 7-10a of n P 3CC1, kul 10801, Nlu-
III, N Kolinln, llnwall; 143S. II 3IS, P
C3. I'eb 2V. 1888.
Robert Wall.ico to Charles F Hurt,
I); Int In Cn land, Mnkapala, N Kolinln,
Hnwull; 500. II 348, p 05. Mnr 10,
Hst of Ilemlco P Illihop by trs to
Hawaii Hallway Co Ltd, Uxcli I); 78.
C28 'l ft of I. I H0S9, Upolu, N Kohala,
Hawaii; uxchuniio. D 318, p 73. May
Hawaii Hallway Co Ltd to Trs of
Hat of llernleo P lINIiop, Hxcb 1)J por
I. P MS9, Upolu, N Kohala, Hawaii;
exchatwe. )l 348, p 73. May 2C, 1911.
Recorded May 31, 1911.
Henry 11 Paoa and wf to Jan Ylm,
I); II P 202, kill 4950. Kallmann, etc,
lloncilnlll. Oaliu; 14Q0. I! 318, p 79.
Apr 29, 1911 '
Jojm Walker and wf to W A flre-n-Mill,
I): pc land, south slope of Punch
bowl, Honolulu, Oahu; 12000. II 318,
)i 82 Aug 25, 1910
Kami T 8 Chine and wf lo Wong
Al Sim.'. Pi lot 2A of lot 2, Kuhnukl
!llll (Tract), Honolulu, Onlm;) 137S. 11
318, p M. May 29. 1911.
t; fMKUjjia .itfre-iiirt-H-Wiijfl
)&Bismaax.xrtmswmMw m v
iiMrcnrit I. Milium (widow) to Unit
nlil lln 1 1 11)4 .mil wT, 1, lot II, New Mil '
1 1 k I TimiI Honolulu. O.ilm. ;l-'.'.U 111
'is p ". Jin) .'9, 1911.
Illib.nil I " 1 1 1 i re nnd wf to Illxhup
Tiust Co Mil, M. lot 9. lihlKi. n iiIk,
ile. Ni-w Moklkl Tiaet. Honnlnlii,
tiuliu; 12000. II 347, p 211. Mn 29,
Anaknlca (k) to T K Knlamoe, H;
lot In bill land, Knhan.i, Knlnulo,i,
o.iliu; 130. II 348, p 87. Mny 18, 1911.
Kahnukl Ijind Co Ltd to W (1 Heott,
1); lot J, blk Sfi, Ocean View Trnct,
Honolulu, Onlm; 1490. II 318,' p 88.
May 8. 1911.
Hugh MeCnrrlston nnd ni nRt et ul
to Notice. Notice; iipplen for rei! tltlo
of por 11 P 2C85, up 3; It P S2 nnd pc'
land. Foil St, Honolulu, Onlm. 11 3r,n,
p r.S. May 31, 1911.
May K Drown lo Arthur A Wilder,
Can L; lenno dated Apr 7, 1909. May
It or W C Lunnlllo by trs to Charles
Phillips, ltel; 3120 si) ft of lot 499,
Prospt-ct St. Honolulu, O.ilm; 1300. II
317. p 21S. Mny 31. 1911.
Trent Trust Co Ltd, tr. to Keahlloa
II llradley. D; lot fi. blk 'SI, Ocean
View Tract. Honolulu, Oahu; 1100. It
318, p 90. May 31, 1911.
Charles r (lltlllmid mul by tr to Hn
ehlro KIMil. 1): lot 1. blk 2, MeCully
Tract, Honolulu. Oahu; 1SS0. 1) 318, P
91. Mnr 10, 1911.
Antnne l.mili to IMwnrd K Hunt,
Ill-l; bit 1 of kul (55, Iwllel, Honnlnlu,
Onlm: Int In pc land nnd hlds, Wnl
klkl, Hennlulu, Oahu; Int In Br Mr, and
It V 592, Walpln, etc, Hwn, Oaliu; 1100.
U 317, p 218.
IMward K Hunt to r.dward 11 F
Wolttr. tr. M; por 11 P CSSC, kill fitil-'L.
blilRs, ile. Kuwlll. Honolulu, Oaliu;
1900 II .119, p 31. Mny 31. 1911.
.1 O Sirrno nnd wf to Maria, 11 dc
Andrnde, I); laud patent 4497, Ponaha
wnl. K llllii, Ilawiill; 11000. II 31S, p
iO. June 11, 1910.
Mnnucl Medelios Jr mid wf to 1'rnn
clsc.i JoKiph, I); Int In 1-3 Int In har
In 11 P OS.'.?, kul 7713. Iml l.uul. Hullo
kua, S Koiia, Hawaii; 12C0. II 348, p
M May 29. 1911,
C 1 I.ufkln t j Yoiiiir Men's Savs &
Lomi Sm-y Md, A M; intijn Mury P
llorba on lots 23. 20 mid 27. Knlua
Trait, Wallukii, Maul; 11200, II 347, p
241. Feb 23, 1911
FOR HOLY CROSS
Tho jinsHnKC of the now nppropila
Hou bill by the City nnd Count) Sup
crvlpoiH will sot iihIiIo about our
thousand dollars each month, lo bo
looted to poriuanent ntiect I m in mo
ment, which In municipal parlance
simply menus n iiavcment for down
The "holy crnis," bo naniod by Sup
ervisor Low as that Intersection of
KIiir and Kckaullki) strcels, and a
point where two larRo inarkels nro
the mecca for Ihe dally visits of thou
sands. Is now tho choice of socnil
city faihcrs as tho spot whcieon
should he laid Ihc next pavement.
Low, who says Hint ho has mado
cm of til study of maluiial miltnlilo for
pacmcut, coulcuds for crco-iotu dip
pod wooilen blocks, micli as are pro
pared on the coast.
Tho plan now mooted for tho jiavo
ment of that district would entail l;iy
Iiik n pavement cnvcrliiK an area of
nearly live thousand Hiinato jards.
This district would Include that
portion of Klin; street that lies bo
tween tho lutorsccllon of Mantin Kea
mid HImt streets, mul also nlong Ko
kaullku street cxtcndlni; frum Qiieou
to Hotel slreotB.
Low as well as soveral oilier Sup-
ervlsors nro of tlio belief that thhi
section of tho city Is In flint need of
n better p.iemcnt. The (lHlimnrkot
belnK a center which dally attracts
Ihcmsnnils of peoplo hi clled as a. ion-
son why that put Hon of tho city
should possess a hotter stioet.
PLEASED WITH KAUAI
Mnnucl A. Hllvn, UKent of tho Ter
ritorial Hoard of Immltmitlnn, return
ed Hiinilay from n trip of Inspection
on Kuunl, with the nssurnnco that tho
PprtiiBuesn ImnilurinitH who arrived by
tho Orterlc nro so well pleased with
their new homes that they aro nil
wrllhiK hack to Portugal for flends
mid relatives, bopliiK to Kot them hero
by the next hmnlmant steamtr.
"The ImmlBiants nro well M-ttlcd,
iiiiid the plantation inminReia nru us
pleiiNed as the labours," raid Mr. Hllva
I this inornlnB. "They nro turning out
I Hllvn says that thern. Is nnthlnB to
I the story of rillplnos KiitherliiK In ex-
pectiitlnii of beluc taken awny on n
I steamer to tho Alaskan canneries. "I
feel sure that slory bah no foundation
wjintover," bo deelnred. "It looks like
n wild tumor only."
I Durliii,' his stay bo visited Makawell
Inter-Inland ami O. II. & L. Shipping
booica for sale at tho 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 n
offlcu, COo each.
4 4, .j. 4. .
You've certainly rot lo tnko jntir
hat off lo the pololsls this cur, ia
they nro showliiR mine snap nnd ta
basco than has eer In previous years
There Is much rlvulry between the
competitors for toniu idaces, bill It
Imi't 'bo much the qunullty or rivalry
as It Is iiuallty. Tho bojs and ponies
lire puttlni; their enllie soul, heart
iml perspiration Into their woik,
which Is most RrntlOltiR to Captain
nilllliKluim, making his see excellent
posslblflties of u championship team
next year If not this year.
Uist Saturday ufterliooii saw tio
largest turnout for some time, nnd as
II Is drawing very near tu tliu big
games, tho showing Is expected to ho
even better. Tho sixteen competitors
thnt showed up fur Saturday practice
were divided Into four teams, each
two getting a chance to best one nil
other twice during the nftcrnnou.
The members wcio us follows:
First team Messrs Dillingham, At
kinson, Jliiilson, Klilngle; iiecond
Italdvvin, Castle, D.imou, Smith;
third Potter, Andrews, Jones, Itoy
crnft; fourth Ia-uioii, Luctis, Hum
ner and MeCorrlston.
The teams "will not practice again
until Wednesday afternoon.
CORVVIN WILL TALK OF
Not only the Trail nnd Mountain
boys, but their elders who vvero boys
In Hawaii with the now famous cyclo-
rnma artist Cl-nrles A. Corwln, wish
lo hear rrom tho artist of tho Iiysan
Island expedition Friday evening when
he tnlks with the Trnll and Mountuln-e-rs
nt tlin Public Service ltooms nnd
shows them the studies he mado of tho
birds mul scenery nt Iiywin Island.
Thono who were uciiunlnted vvllh Mr.
Corwln when his father wns pastor of
the Fort stieet chart h forty years ago
KAHUKU BEAT LAIE 8 TO
On the Knlmkii dlaniond last 8un-
iiay, Juno 25, tlm Li-Ies and tho Kn
liiikus bad u game, mul the result Vas
iinntlier victory for the Litter Tho
score was 8 to C.
Ti to tho beginning of tho ninth
Inning tho Iiles worn sure of the
gnme. for they had Mvo to Kabukiis1
two, but when the ICnhukus enme to
bat In their last Inning they began to
hit the ball all over the Held. When
It was nil over Kabiiku hml un nddl
tlonal six runs, which, with tho two
they had scored prev loiisly, brought
them out on top by s to n.
Tho lineup of the I.iles was ns fol
D.ivld Aiiiau. rf ; Joe, ss ; Kiln, 2b.;
Wlshy, cf; Aukul. c; David, 3h.; Tti
kco. If.; Mmieo, lb.; Kamel, p.
Storo by Innings:
Lalo 0 0111020 0 S
Kiibuku 0 0 0 I) 0 1 1 0 8
Tho I'lflh Cavalry and Second In
fantry will hiHii seviral of their olll-
cers when the Sheridan sails for the
Const on July 3.
The olllecrs leav'o lo 111! details of
from two months to one year nt tl
War College and School of MiiBketry.
Captain W. A. Koat, Second Infan
try; Lieutenants 11 T. Kly mid W. (1
Christy, both of the Fifth Cavalry,
nnd Lieutenant Hall leave to tnko a
course nt the School of Musketry, sit
unted at the Picsldlo of Monteiuy. The
time Involved for such a course Is two
mouths, wlillo that nt the War College,
to which Mujor Ueorgo 11. Duncan of
the Second Infantry will go, eunsumes
tho period of nun year.
Other oIIIcith leaving for tho main
land on the samo transport will bo
Lieutenant C. S. Cnffery, Second In
fantry, nnd Mnjor C. C. Wuleott of
tho l'lfth Cavalry. Mrs. Waleott. Mrs.
Hanson, wife of Lieutenant Hanson of
the Firth Cavalry, accoinpanlid by her
sister. Miss Hurt, nnd Mrs. Christy
will nlso h-nv-e.
Tho Sheridan arrives (nro July 4,
coming from NugasaM, where eho set
sail Juno 22.
Leaving Honolulu July p. sho will
bo rather overeroivded, ns nccoiunioila
thins for cublii p.iBSeiigeis nro llmlled
lo eleven ami (Ultn n few moru than
that uro expected to will from here.
Tho ClooloBlral "Survey parly will
leave llawl on or about July 1. and
move Id J'uuhiin. Mr. Illidsoyo ex
pects lo have nil or Kohala rrom the
west side or Piilnlu to Mnliti.una, flu-
isiied ve:-)' soon. All llawl will miss
Mr. and Mis. Jllrdspjo and their par
ty, for they havo been u very wei
conio uililltlini lo that community
ithci.i.nr, iti'.-jiifauAi-A i!ji AiJ)rf -
HONOLULU, T. H., June 20, 1911.
It was warmer than last week generally over the Section, and the
Increases over the preceding weck',i mean temperature ranged from
1.0" to 2.6" In the Hamasua and North Kona districts of Hawaii the
Lnhaina and parts of the Hana districts of Maul, Llbue of Kauai and
the Walanae of Oahu; elsewhere this changes were lets than 1.0
excepting In parts of the Hana of Maul snd the high altitudes of the
North Kona of Hawaii, where they were 1.7 to 2.7 lower.
The rainfall was above the average for the week generally on Ha.
wall and Kauai, and below on the remaining Islands.
Tho following are the total amounts of rainfall, In lnehe.1, It) the
different districts of the several Islands; HAWAII North Kohala
0.62 to 1.50, Hamakua 0.93, North Hllo 2.87, South Hllo 1.91 to 5.59,
Puna 1.76 to 2.05, Kau 0.41, South Kona 0.75 and North Kona 0 00 to
1.15; MAUI- Makawao 1.20 to 2.43, Hana 1.12 to 2.35, Walluku 0 08,
a'nd Lahalna trace; OAHU Kootauloa 0.20, Kootaupoko 001 to 3.05,
Honolulu 0 02 to 3.05, Ewa 0.05 to 0.06, Walanae 0.02 and Walalua
0.25; KAUAI Hanalel 1.00, Kawalhau 0 57, Llhue 0.77, Koloa 0.2C to
105, and Waimea 0.24; and MOLOKAI- Molokal 0.35.
The following arc the departures from the average of the week for
ten or more ycafi, In Inches, In the several districts: HAWAII North
Kohala '0 22 to 1O.8I, Hamakua '0.33, North Hllo -41.32, South HMa
40 51 to 41.72, Puna -1O.6!, Kau 40.15, South Kona 0 66, and North
Kona - 0.33; MAUI- Makawao -0.07, Walluku 0.01, and Lahalna
-M.1?; OAHU Koolauloa 0.11, Koolaupoko 0.23 to 0.35, Hono.
lulu 0 09 to 0.43, Ewa 0.08, and Walanae 0.05; and KAUAI
Hanalel '0.0C, Kawalhau 1 0.21, Koloa 0.00 to i0.1l, and Walmea s0.12.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall tor the principal Islands nnd for the Group:
Hawaii 71.0 1.88 Inches
Maul 73.1 1.01 Inches
Oahu 75.4 0.78 Inch
Kauai 75.3 0.65 Inch
Molokal 74.7 0.35 Inch
Entire Group 73.3 1.26 Inches
At the local office of the United States Weathei Dureau In Hono.
lulu clear to partly cloudy weather generally obtained, with traces of
rainfall on two dates and 0.02 on the 21tt, 009 Inch below the normal
for the week, and the same amount ai during the preceding- week.
The maximum temperature was 81, minimum 69, and mean 75.6,
1.4" below the weekly normal, and 0.2 lower than last week's. The
mean dally relative humidity varied from 62T to 74 "1 and the mean
for the week was 68.6'. Easterly winds prevailed on the 18th, north,
easterly and easterly on the 21t, and northeasterly on the remaining
dates, with an average hourly velocity for the week of 8.1 miles. The
mean dally barometer ranged from 30.02 to 30.04 Inches, and the mean
for the week, 30.0-1, was 0.03 Inch above the normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Notn: The figures following tho name of. station Indicate tho date
Willi which U10 week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Paukea Ranch (221 Showers occurred cm live dales nnd totaled .C2
Inch, 98 less than dining tho preceding week A. Miiboii.
Kohala Mlstlon (23) Tlicit were dully rains, which ninmiutcl lo
.97 Inch, .22 tnoie thnn tho nverago. find .77 Iobs than last week's. Tim
mean tomperalnro vrim 71.8". Dr. II, I). Roiid.
Kohala Mill (22) Tho mean temperature was 72.7. Ilaln fell dally
mid amounted lu 1.2.S inches, .10 Inch less thnn the previous week',
and .00 more than the average. T II. Lllllo.
Nlulil (22) Showers occurred dally and totnlod 1.S0 Inches, .81 Inch
more than tho nverago, and .35 less than last wrek'n. The mean tem
perature wnB 72.8 F. C. l'aetow.
Paauhau (21) Tho mean temperature wns 71.4, and the rainfall
which occurred cm six datoB .93 Inch, .83 ahovo tho iivcrngc, and
1.52 inches less than tho previous week's. Louis Wilson,
Honohlna (21) Slum cm occurred dally and tnlnlcil 2.87 Inches,
1.22 nbovc the avenige, nnd .03 less (linn during the preceding wedk.
Jniues A. Parker.
Hakatau (22) Tho mean temperature wns 72.2". Rain fell dally
nnd amounted to 3.1" Inches, 1.72 'above the average, and .97 Inch
more than last week's. .1. Franer.
Honomu (2D There were daily rains, which nmountcd to G.u9
Inchj'H, 3 Inch nunc, than dining the preceding week. n. Oliver.
Pepeekeo (.'2) Tho mean temiieruturo wns 73.7. Haln roll daily
and amounted to 191 Inches, ,3S Inch more Ihnn last week's, and .51
nhnvo Iho average. Pepeekeo 8i.har Co.
Papaikou (22) Showers occurred dally nnd totaled 3 22 Inches, 1,20
above tho average, nnd 1.73 moro Hum during tho preceding week.
John T. Molr.
Ponahawat (22)- The mean temperature was "0.2. Ilaln roll' diilly
and amounted to 3.70 Inches, 1.25 more than during the preceding
week .1. E. Oamalellsou.
Kapoho (22) Showers occurred cm bIx dales npd totaled 1.70
Inches, 1.59 more than last week's, nnd .04 Inch nbovo the average.
The mean tempcraluio was 73.1. II. J. Lyman.
Kaueleau (21) Tho mean temporaluro wus 08.8. llnlii fell dally
nnd amounted tu 2.05 Inches, .29 Inch less than during (he preceding
week. I. F. Tumor.
Naalehu (21) Showers occurred on three dates nnd totaled .41
inch. .15 nbovo the nvcrnRC, and .29 moro than Inst week's. C. Henry
Kealakekua (22) There were fuur days with riitnrnll, which amount
ed In .73 Inch, ,00 below the average, and 1.10 Inches less than dur
Ini; the preceding week. UobQit Wullncu.
Kealakekua (21) Tho mean temperature wns 09.8, Thoro vvero
il'illy rains, amounting to 115 Inches, "Ml less than last week's, and
.33 Inch below the average. Ilcv. Samuel II. Davis.
Wakll (22) HuIiiIcbb weather continued, and tho mean temper
ntiiro wiib (il.fi. Donald Macallslor.
ISLAND OF MAUL
Haiku (22) Light trade winds prevailed, with much cloudy weath
er, and dally rains amounting tn 1.20 Inches, 1.10 less than laBt week's,
and .30 Inch moro than tho nverago. The mean temporaluio wan
"0.8. D. D. Baldwin. 1
Huelo (22) Tho mean tempornturo wns 09.0. Ilaln roll dally and
amounted to 2.43 Indies, .59 Inch less than during the preceding week.
Jos. I Ferreirn.
Nnhlku (21) Showers, occurred dally and totaled 2.3!i Inches, 1.09
less than last week's, and .07 Inch below the avorage. Tho menu'tcm
pernluro was 08.8. c. O. Jacobs.
Hana (19) The mean teinpernlurn wns 71.8. nnd (ho rainfall
which occurred on five dates, 1.12 Inches, ,33 Inch less than during tho
pieeedlng week. Rco. O. Cooior.
Kahulul (22) ShoworB occurred on two dates' and totaled .03 Inch,
.01 below tho average. .and .18 loss than last week's. Tho mean tom
peratuio was 70.0. J. C. Fuss, Jr.
Walluku (22) The menu temperature wns 74.0. Ilaln fell on two
dales and amounted to ,08 Inch, ,17 less than during the preceding
week lli-olhcr Frank.
Lahalna (22) TI1010 was a Iraco of rainfall 011 tho ISth ,12 bo
low Iho average, and .11 less than last week's. Tho mean tcm'pcintutn
wib 77.1. Capl, C. F, Tiirno.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahukti (23) Tho menu temperature vvub 73.0. Ilnlu fell on tlueo
dales mid amounted to .20 Inch, .11 helqw tlio average, and ,10 less
than lust week's. 11. T. ChrlRtofforscn.
Maunawlll Ranch (23) Showers occurred dally and tntnlcd .72
Inch, 07 less than tho prnvloiu week's, and .23 below tho average.
Tho mean leinpernturo wns 73.3". John Herd.
Walmanalo (23) Tlio moan tempornturo was 77.9. There was .01
Inch or rnlnrnll op tlio 20th, .33 bolow tlio nverago, und .27 Iobs than
last week's. A. Irvine.
Luakaha (23) Thorn were dally rains nt tho nppor Btatlnn nmoiiut- '
lug to 3.05 Inrhos, .50 Inch less thnn Inst week's; und nt tho lower
nln I Ion totaling 2.07 Inches, .23 less thnn during tho pieeedlng week,
and .13 Inch moro thnn the average. L. A. Moore.
Walawa (21 Hecolvod loo Into to bo considered In nveniBes,) Tho
morn temperature, wns 74 I", and tho inlnfnll whlcji occurred on two
dales .(Ml Inch, 21 less than during the pieeedlng week. A, l.lstnr,
Ewa Plantation (20 Tlio mean tompoiatnre was 70.1, nnd Iho
rnlnrnll which occurred on the Bill .05 Inch, .08 bi'Vow tho nverago,
nnd .04 lets limn last week's. II. M tiller.
Walanae (2.'H Thero was .02 Inch of rainfall 011 the 23rd, .02 loss
than tlio prevjous week's, ami .03 below Iho average. Tho menu tom
pomlino wns 78.2. F. Meyer. 1
Schofleld Barracks (23) Tho mean temperature wns 71.0". Trams
of rainfall occurred on three dales mid measuiahlp amounts on two,
tolallng 25 Inch, .23 moro than during tho preceding week. Wallaeo
DoWllt, Major Med. Corps.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (23) Showers occurred on Iho laBt six dates and lolnled
1.00 Inch, .Oil moro than the nverago, mid .19 lota than last week's.
Tho moan temperature wiik 74.5. U 11. lloreko.
Kealla (23) Tho mean tomperattilo was 75.8, nnd tlio rainfall
which occurred on two dates .57 Inch, .33 less than tho previous
week's, and 21 more than tho average. Makoo Sugar Co.
Llhue (23) Haiti fell 011 four daten and amounted to .77 Inch, ,G
. Rye 1
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Koloa (22) The mean teiiipcraluro was (5.3 Ilaln fell 011 hlx
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Eleele (L'31 SIiowcih occiiriud on flvo ilnlen ntiil totnlod ,2C, Inch, llirf
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daj'H with rnlufull, which umounled to .21 Inch, .K, iiioiu than Inot
vveeU'a -iniil .12 uhovo Iho uvurnsu. Hawaiian Sugai- Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (23) KhnuerH occurred nil nix dates mid totaled
.35 Inch, .37 le.es thnn iIiii'Ihk I'm prccediiiR week. Tlio moan lum
peiatmo wus 71.7. C. C. Commit.
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